The process of setting an Internet connection for an office is one that has three main steps.
In the first step within the process of setting an Internet connection for an office, you design the network: that is, you come up with some sort of network architecture. For very small networks, this can even be done mentally: so that you can come up with a mentally visualized plan.
In the second step within the process of setting up an Internet connection for an office, you put up the network’s physical infrastructure. So this is about laying the cables, connecting to the routers, the switches and all that.
In the third step within the process of setting up an Internet connection for an office, you configure the software to support the network, after which the Internet connection should go ‘live’.
If you are doing all these things by yourself, and you get stuck at some level, you may be able to obtain help by phone or through the Internet. There is also the possibility of getting help remotely (but in real time), through the Logmein123 technology, which you can access at www.logmein123.com. You should also be able to get help from the vendor of the networking software/hardware you are installing: like, for instance, if it is Cisco, D-Link, Huawei or any other.